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A New Chapter for NDCA
BLOCH: a global art project comes to North America
NDCA Announces Individual Artist Fellowship Recipients
North Dakota Artist’s Works Exhibited in Offices of the Governor and First Lady
State Historical Society of North Dakota makes $45,000 Available for Restoration and Preservation of Historic Property
The New York Kammermusiker returns to North Dakota
Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra seeks Executive Director
New Rolling Deadline Announced for NDCA’s Teacher Incentive Grant
DUNS Number Now Required for All NDCA Organizational Grantees! Individual Artists also Encouraged to Register
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Jane Chu Confirmed as Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts
Final Report of NEA's ELI Initiative
GRAMMY Foundation ® Grant Program seek applications
Tax Issues Impacting Nonprofits
Cross-Currents: Art+Agriculture Powering Rural Economies
2014 Arts Midwest Conference
Registration and Scholarships for the 2014 NAMP Conference Open
|EVENT AND EXHIBIT CALENDAR, ARTS OPPORTUNITIES|
**Check out the upcoming Events and Exhibits listed on NDCA's regional calendars, and for more information, visit North Dakota's Statewide Arts Calendar at www.myndarts.com. If you have events, exhibits or artist opportunities that you would like included on the NDCA web site, please email them to email@example.com.
Check out the other current Arts Opportunities available on the NDCA web site!
Summer Intensive Teaching Artist Workshop: This summer, NDCA will partner with Melanie Rick, course leader and coach for the Kennedy Center's Changing Education Through the Arts (CETA) program in Washington, D.C. and consultant with Focus 5, Inc. to present “Mapping the Journey: Planning Effective Residencies for Students.” This professional learning opportunity provides teaching artists with structure, guidance, and tools to implement clear goals in their residencies and lessons and to prove to administrators the value of their work. NDCA invites all ND teaching artists to explore this wonderful opportunity on August 4-5 at the ND Heritage Center in Bismarck. A $50 fee is required upon registration and is refunded upon successful completion of all course requirements. More information and registration form is available via this link.
First Presbyterian Creation on the Prairie Arts Festival: The First Presbyterian Community Fine Arts Festival is scheduled for September 20-21 at the church at 219 E. Thayer in downtown Bismarck. Deadline for entry dates has been set at August 16 for adult entries and September 5 for youth entries. The adults’ entry fee is $15 for two entries; there is no charge for youth entries. This year’s Festival will feature local artist and educator Michelle Lindblom. Besides working as a professional artist in her downtown Bismarck studio, Lindblom is associate professor of visual art at Bismarck State College and serves as Chairperson of the BSC Arts & Communication Department. Her work has been exhibited nationwide as well as England and Norway. For registration forms and more information visit www.fpcbismarck.com or call 701-223-6091.
11th Annual Governor's Photo Contest: Gov. Jack Dalrymple and the North Dakota Tourism Division, in partnership with AAA and North Dakota Council on the Arts, announce the 2014 Governor’s Photo Contest. The contest runs through August 26. Launched in 2004, the Governor’s Photo Contest encourages North Dakota amateur photographers to submit photos that capture the unique things to see and do in North Dakota, and show North Dakota’s appeal as a travel destination. This year’s photo contest includes a special emphasis on celebrating North Dakota’s 125th anniversary of statehood. For more information and to enter, visit www.ndtourism.com/content/11th-annual-governor%E2%80%99s-photo-contest-kicks.
|DID YOU KNOW ...|
2014: 5 Social Media Trends Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know
MyNDArts is North Dakota's Statewide Cultural Calendar!
Let NDCA Help You with Your Gift-Giving Needs!
NDCA Offers Touring Exhibit Opportunity
"Tools for Results" Tool-Kit - a Resource for Non-profit Arts and Cultural Organizations
Web Sites with Resources
We strengthen the creative capacity of North Dakota for all who live or visit here: honoring our cultural traditions, empowering excellence and innovation, inspiring arts and culture opportunities for all.
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